The #all-and-every-wikisource Phabricator project is a bit confusing as it stands, as far as I can tell. It doesn't give us a good overview of what tasks are currently being worked on, nor is it a good catching place for triaging incoming tasks (because not all tasks end up here). I think we should rename it back to the general #wikisource, and:
- add a Herald rule that puts all 'related projects' incoming tasks into the Backlog here (where they can be looked at and then have this tag removed), and
- rename the columns to: Backlog, Needs discussion, Next-up, In-development, Needs code review, Needs community review.
It's not clear what tasks would be on this board and not on any of the related projects' boards; I suspect there should be none. That is, every software component relating to Wikisource already has its own Phabricator project (and if it doesn't, it probably should).
Then, the only tasks on this board would be those that are either needing to be looked at or are currently in progress.